Category Archives: Arizona Desert Outfitters
The Legend of “Curly”
We would like to share with you one of the greatest desert rams of all time! “Curly” was first discovered in 2014 by Arizona Desert Outfitters owner Troy Scott. For the last few years our ADO team has spent countless hours trying to keep track of “Curly” and his wild habits. He would cover over 20 miles in just a few weeks and spent most of his time living in washes like a desert mule deer. He is and always will be a legend!
“Curly” was harvested on December 18th, 2016, by the Arizona Auction tag holder. The hunter wishes to remain anonymous, but we want to congratulate him on harvesting one of the greatest rams of all time! We appreciate his contribution to Arizona to help keep sheep on the mountain.
We would like to extend a special thanks to our friend, Ray Alt, for all of his time and effort to help us locate this ram! Ray is great man! Thanks to our partners at Colburn and Scott Outfitters for helping us out with this hunt! We also want to thank Chris and Mark Stevens for being the stand up guys that they are! Thank you so much!
2015 Sheep Season
Arizona Desert Mule Deer 2014
Arizona Desert Outfitters had another successful season on the desert in 2014. We can’t wait to get rolling on our 2015 season! Here are a few photos of our 2014 season.
2014 Arizona Desert Sheep Season
The 2014 Arizona desert sheep season was unbelievable. Our ADO team guided 7 hunts with 6 of the rams making the B&C record book! Congratulations to all of our hunters and thank you for allowing us to help you on your once in a lifetime hunt!
Who is Arizona Desert Outfitters?
Troy Scott and I decided to start our own Arizona Hunting Outfitting business, because we are truly passionate about hunting the deserts of Arizona; it’s our passion and we believe our work speaks for itself.
Our goal isn’t to be the biggest Arizona hunting outfitter, it’s to be the best Arizona Desert Outfitter. If you book a hunt with us you will not be a number, your Arizona Desert Hunt will be a priority.